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Live in Hyderabad and wondering what to do this summer? Find here some of the most interesting summer camps in Hyderabad for kids this year, offering creative, unusual activities.
It is the summer holidays and parents are on the lookout for the best summer camps and workshops for kids. Here we bring you the best summer camps in Hyderabad. It’s true that every child is different, and what works for one may not work for another – these summer camps for Hyderabad kids offer a range of things, take your pick!
Updated with the latest summer camps of Hyderabad in April 2019, by Kanupriya Kumar
Age group: 7+ years, 10+ years, 14+ years
Activities: Making robots, Electronics, Virtual Reality, Internet of Things
Address: Lakshmi Krishna Plaza, 1st Floor, Plot 45, KPHB Phase 9, Sujana Forum Mall Road, Kukatpally, Hyderabad, 500085
Phone: +91 91004 01148
Learn and build robots, internet of things and much more. It is an advanced centre for learning practical science-based topics through interactive and hands on learning. The group has city wide chapters and is an amazing learning opportunity for children. Learn advanced robotics, build robots and become a certified roboteer.
Age group: Class 1 to 10 students
Activities: Digital media, design thinking, Coding, engineering design
Address: Door No:2, 2-76, Lanco Hills Rd, Shivapuri Colony, Hanuman Nagar Colony, Manikonda, Hyderabad, Telangana 500089, India
Creya Learning is the most awarded STEM Learning and design studio program for children to become inventors and innovators. The work children work on multidisciplinary projects cutting across Math, Science, Social Studies and ICT and connect classroom theory to solve real-world problems.
Age group: 3-18 years
Activities: Sports coaching camp
Address: Gamepoint, Behind Meridian School, Madhapur, Hyderabad, 500081, Telangana
Phone: (040) 3956 5353
Email: [email protected]
This is such an exciting way to spend your summers, learning a new sport. Badminton, Squash, Table Tennis, Basketball, Football, Skating, and Chess all these sports will be coached by expert trainers. Children can learn their favourite sport under experienced coaches and make the most of their holidays! There is world class sports infrastructure with post play stretching and fitness aspects are also taken care of.
Activities: Drawing, painting, Art&Craft, Story-telling, Handwriting, Com[uter basics, Multimedia
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/InspirePaintingHyderabad/
Address: Inspire Painting Institute, 303 Span Chambers, Near Yes Bank, Besides Baby Stores, Himayath Nagar X Roads, Hyderabad-500029
Phone: +91 89777 72524, 040 3052 5888
Inspire Arts is trying to focus on the artistic inclination of children by teaching them art, character design, oil painting, acrylic painting ad digital painting. It is one of the leading graphics design company located in the center of Hyderabad city.
Age group: 8 – 16 years
Activities: Gurukul activities (Yoga, meditation, vedic philosophy); Physical activities (Dancing, jogging, swimming); special activities (Horse riding, rifle shooting, archery, vedic mathematics); Sports activities (Volley ball, cricket, basketball, badminton).
Address: ‘Maharshi Dayananda Saraswathi’ Kriya Yoga Samsthan, Hyderabad Karthik Residency, Vegetable Market Road , Nallakunta, Hyderabad, Telangana 500044.
Phone: +91 76749 16282, +91 87903 38094
Kriya Yoga Samsthan has a wide variety of summer camps to choose from like All India Residential Summer Camp and All India Adventure Camp. Participants enrolled for this camp will experience a home away from home and enjoy a wide variety of activities.
Age group: 2.5-6 years, 7-12 years
Activities: Art out of waste material, mad over science, personality development, fun games and fitness
Address: #2-92/4 Khanamet, Hi-Tech city, Hyderabad, Pin 500081
Phone: +91 73820 35656
It is a unique child centric summer camp where learning is made easy and fun through variety of games and creative activities. Sessions are conducted in colourful environment with play items and activities like block building, painting, drawing, puzzles, sand pit, water pool, clay modeling, singing and dancing. With such an energetic atmosphere all around, children, especially the younger ones, find it a great learning experience.
Age: 4-15 years
Activities: anger management, confidence building, public speaking, business projects, worksheets, writing activities, activities involving listening skills.
Address: Delta Club House, Janapriya Nile Valley, Chanda Nagar, Hyderabad-500049
Phone: +91 77029 29330, +91 73373 29004
Kidpreneur Hub summer camp is helping make kids into entrepreneurs or, as they are called, Kidpreneurs. The various activities in the summer camp focus on building creativity, critical thinking, complex problem solving, emotional intelligence, negotiation and social responsibility. The objective is to help children develop skills which will help them to thrive in the 21st century.
Age group: 3-6 years
Activities: Art & Craft, pottery, cooking, gardening, sand and water play and other fun games.
Address: Balamrai, Secunderabad
FB page: fb.me/funobbies
Phone: +91 98496 47929
At Funobbies, the theme this year is ‘Around the World in 20 creative Days.’ It is going to be an exciting journey to a new country each day. The Hobby House is a place in the heart of Secunderabad for little champs to do some exciting and fun stuff. No more being glued in front of the TV. At Funobbies they have a great time dong various fun activities and learning a lot!
Age group: 10+ years
Activities: Basics of photography, field trip to photography museum, display of photographs and contest
Address: 9/4 Madanagopal Street, Off Abhiramapuram 3rd Street, Hyderabad
FB page: https://www.facebook.com/empower4kids/
Phone: +91 63796 79873
This is a one of its kind photography summer camp for children where they will learn the basics of clicking pictures. They will learn about the mechanism of a camera, digital photography, the art of controlling light, and understanding textures, patterns and contrasts. Camera and other material will be provided. Children will need to carry snack, lunch and water.
Age group: 4-10 years
Activities: Karate, principles of being safe, training games, basics of Kihon
Address: American Martial Arts centre, 2nd Floor, Plot No 789, Road No 36, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad 500033
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/americanmartialartscentres/
Phone: +91 83282 34579, +91 96766 74071
The summer camp in Hyderabad focuses on teaching basic techniques of self-defense, karate movement and provide training through games. The Centre also provides martial arts, jujutsu and kobudo training for children and adults to teach them self-defense and combat skills.
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